Sisters Jazzy, 24, and Ruby, 22, from London have had a rather rocky road to the Judges' Houses stage of the competition.
They secured three yeses in the room auditions, with Cheryl Fernandez-Versini being the only judge who said no. At bootcamp, Blonde Electric secured one of the six seats, only to lose it and later be brought back again by Louis.
"It doesn't hurt to be called annoying," they said. "Annoying is memorable. Simon said we were annoying but he liked us – so that's ok, we'll take that."
The sassy sisters are used to having quite the jet setting lifestyle, having lived in a mammoth 33 countries, including nine years in Ukraine and seven in India.
They speak German, Russian, Polish, English and some Arabic, and their claim to fame? They're related to the Chancellor George Osborne!
Since appearing on our TV screens during the audition stages, Jazzy and Ruby have never stopped smiling.
"Life is about pressure, we learn to take that pressure and channel it into our performance," they continued. "That's why we're happy - we feel the pressure but we're positive about everything."
The girls were hoping to impress Louis Walsh and guest judge Tulisa at the Judge's Houses in Bermuda, and they say the competition between the other groups was surprisingly civil.
"We thought it would be Hunger Games-ish but everyone has been kind," Jazzy and Ruby said. "We know everyone's names, all about them. We all want this and we all deserve this. We're all fighting for one goal so there's no point in us fighting with each other. One love."
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